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>> jimmy: hi there, thank you. i appreciate that. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching at home. thank you for watching here in the studio. and thanks for hanging posters of me in your bedroom. i appreciate it. we have a lot to get to tonight. we have a number of important matters to discuss. none more crucial to the future of the united states than this evening's edition of "dancing with the stars." and, wow, did these stars love to dance. you couldn't stop them if you wanted to. last night, it was competition night. the contestants were asked to dance to a song that came out during an important year of their lives. and that way they could get right to the somebody stories, which the show is fueled by. chynna phillips, formally of the group wilson phillips made the interesting choice to dance to her own song, that "hold on for one more day," you know that? come on, that's like wearing your own band's t-shirt in concert. it not cool.
not the slightest bit cool. it's such a cool song, you know? some day somebody's gonna make you turn and and say good-bye -- until then baby, are you going to let them hold you down and make you cry? it's a classic. and -- [ laughter ] i -- nancy grace, by the way, nancy grace dedicated her dance last night to her twin, but not the ones that popped out of her dress last week. [ applause ] the ones that popped out of her pants, like four years ago. the dancing last night was -- let me just say, much of the dancing lacked fluidity. they were very low on fluid and that disappointed me. chaz bono had the lowest score by far last night but once again, he escapes by the newly grown hair on his chinny chin chin. can you get a dance change operation? because -- he should look into that. and even though chaz had an 18
tonight, which is a pretty low score. the dancing golds eliminated kristin cavallari tonight, who had a 24, she had three 8s. and she got kicked off the show. and somebody said, you're kidding. no, i wish i was. i really -- [ laughter ] i guess the viewers at just dislike her? i don't know. but kristin and her partner mark ballas will be out here in a little bit to weep openly in my arms and we'll get to the bottom of this. the apple corporation had a major media event from the headquarters in northern california this morning to introduce the iphone 4s. basically, it has a better camera, a faster processor and i think the coolest new future is an app that helps you forget that two months ago you spent $500 on a phone that is now obsolete. it's -- [ applause ] hard to keep up with the iphones. today's announcement disappointed some people who were hoping for a fully revamped
iphone 5, but apple put out the 4s first. kind of like when they split the last harry potter book into two movies, you know? this is the first big announcement for apple since steve jobs stepped down in august. and steve jobs, those are some big nerdy white reeboks to fill. but phil schuler wowed the crowd nonetheless. >> i'm really pleased to tell you today all about the brand new iphone 4s. >> jimmy: that's the -- that's the zach morris sav"saved by th bell" morris. the new iphone, one of the things it has is a voice activated personal assistance which means you'll be able to ask the phone a question, you just speak into the phone and it will answer you, you talk to your phone which is great because remember when you used to use the phone to talk to other people and finally those dark days are behind us. as far as appearance goes, the
new iphone looks exactly the same as the iphone 4, they added some bells and whistles. in fact, i have -- this is the new iphone 4 and these -- these are the bells and whistles that they added. and then -- [ applause ] you won't lose it. mail that to carrot top, will you? thank you. [ laughter ] it's -- it's such a big deal, when apple produces a new iphone. i don't think it was this big a deal when alexander graham bell came out with the phone, honestly. but in fact, i sent my assistant to the library of congress today to get some footage from that and it is interesting to see how they did it back then. >> gentlemen, i am before you today to introduce a new device which i call the fetelephone. the telephone is a communication device consisting of a listening
cup, a speaking tube and that's about it. the telephone will soon be available for the price of a chicken. a.g. bell -- out. [ applause ] >> jimmy: it was similar. it wasn't -- back then you'd play angry birds by throwing the phone at birds. [ laughter ] do we have any "star trek" fans here tonight? [ applause ] i wouldn't be that proud. well, i have bad news for "star trek" fans. leonard nimoy announced he's no longer attending "star trek" conventions. he said he's tired of boldly
going where no women have gone before. he left his fans with a nice message. he said live long and prosper and please stop wasting your time on a tv show that hasn't been on for 45 years. do you remember the guy, the old guy, harrold camping, i think he's a rev red that told everyone that the world was going to end back in may and people sold everything and -- well, as you probably know, his prediction was a little bit off. and now he has a new date in mind and it looks like we only have a little over two weeks left to live. >> i do believe that we're getting very near the very end. i really am beginning to think the end is going to come very, very quietly. probably within the next month. it will happen. that is, by october 21. >> jimmy: i think he thinks he only has two weeks left to live. his mouth doesn't even move.
[ applause ] i hope he's wrong. i just bought my sexy bumblebee costume for halloween. hundreds of thousands of high school students took the s.a.t. on saturday. not one of them passed. we are way behind the chinese. we really are. the s.a.t. is important to get into a good college and a good college is important to making sure you don't wind up dressed as a super hero out on hollywood boulevard for a living. if you have never been here before, there are a couple dozen costume characters living outside our theater every day. they take picture s with touriss for money. we thought it would be fun to give them a real question from the s.a.t. to see how well they do. and tonight, with a question from the math side of the test is our friendly neighborhood hollywood superman. >> if the length of a square is 2, what is its area? well, um -- not exactly sure,
but a square, what would its area be? i would have to say it's going to be the distance between these two lines right here. um -- i don't know. its area would be right here in the middle. well, we have the square here, so, i drew an x in the middle and i would presume this would be the area. the answer is the area inside the box is the area. >> jimmy: or four. you can go with either one. [ applause ] that's why his fortress of solitude collapsed. algae bra is his crypt night. new jersey governor chris christie made a major announcement today to say he would not run for president of the united states. i don't think you have to announce that. i think you just don't, and
then -- [ laughter ] you didn't, right? not only did christie said he's not going to run, he said he's not going to jog or walk ever again. >> in the end, the factor, the deciding factor was, it did not feel right to me, in my gut. >> jimmy: okay, now he's making fat jokes about himself. [ laughter ] i do- some people said it's unfair to attack chris christie for being fat and peop would never tag him like that if he were gay but it's really not the same thing. for one thing, if he were gay, he wouldn't be fat. and -- [ laughter ] i really wish chris christie was running. it would be -- i would love to have him in the oval office. he would fit right in. [ laughter ] i had to get that out of my system. i'm disappointed. [ applause ] there were so many fat jokes to be made -- my writers are very disappointed, too. there's a company in india that helps write jokes for us. they've been so excited about
this chris christie thing because they don't really have so many fat people over there. they've been writing jokes all weekend. they've been up night and day. and i guess now we're not going to be able to use them but let's ring the guys up if we can and get threat on the video chat. >> hello, smartie halloween candy hotline. how may i assist you. >> jimmy: hey, it's jimmy. jimmy kimmel. >> jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: yes. >> did you hear the terrible news about president fatty pants? >> jimmy: yeah, i did hear that. yeah. >> this is terrible news. we've been working all weekend for many hilarious fatty jokes. and now we must go to bed. >> we worked very hard. >> jimmy: yeah, i know, i'm sad about it, too. you had some good stuff? >> oh, very good stuff. >> very good stuff. >> jimmy: well -- can we hear any of it, maybe? >> what is the point? there is no chris christie in the race.
what is the point of a joke? >> what is the point of a joke? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] just give it a try. you have the jokes written, right? >> yes. >> yes. >> yes. >> jimmy: let me ask the audience. do you want to hear the joke anyway? [ applause ] they want to hear the joke anyway. >> okay, well, that would be a great pleasure. roger is the master of tom foolery. >> jimmy: yeah, he is very funny. hey, roger. >> knock knock. >> jimmy: who's there? >> jelly donut. >> jimmy: jelly donut, who? >> ah, don't worry about it. just let me in. chris christie is chasing me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh. >> that -- that is not a good one. do the good one!
what are you doing? >> jimmy: yeah, do the good one, roger. because that one was a little hard to follow. >> christie said he doesn't want to run for president because it would not allow him toll dedicate enough time to the most important woman in his life -- little debbie and her snack cakes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: little debbie and her snack cakes? okay. that's a good one. >> next. >> okay. chris christie would have been the first president to fly forklift one -- >> jimmy: oh, forklift one. instead of air force one. forklift one. do one more, if you could. >> christie speaks, it reminds
me how much i love pillsbury kres crescent rolls. >> jimmy: oh, i enjoyed that. very good. and don't worry, the election is a year away, there will be plenty of funny people to make fun of. >> thank you, you've been brightening our day. >> jimmy: okay, guys, thank you. you're the best. hey, we have a good show for you tonight. freshly eliminated dancing star kristin cavallari is here with her partner mark ballas. we have music tonight from mutemath. and we'll be right back with evangeline lilly, to stick around.
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>> jimmy: well, hello there we're back. tonight on the program, from "dancing with the stars," kristin cavallari and her partner mark ballas will join us. tough to get beat by chaz bono and nancy grace. it's going to be hard to live that down. and then with music from this, their brand new album, it came out today, it's called "odd soul." mutemath from the bud light outdoor stage. these guys are great, this is one to stay up for. tomorrow night, we'll be joined will arnett will be here, from the new abc show "suburgatory" jane levy, and have music from j cole. and on thursday, antonio banderas, "science bob" pflugfelder and music from jane's addiction. so, join us this week. all right. on the magnificent television show "lost", our first guest survived six seasons of time travel, triangles and
being chased by smoke only to find out it was jack's imagination, or dream or something. i'll ask her. her new movie with hugh jackman is called "real steel." it opens in theaters friday please say hello to evangeline lilly. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well -- i'm very glad to see you, because -- >> you have the greatest audience. >> jimmy: i was worried that you might be in heaven right now because that's the last time i saw you. >> was that heaven, though? >> jimmy: may i ask you one question and i know you got a movie to talk about and all this stuff and you've moved on in your life and in your career and all of those things but in the last, in the final episode of "lost," -- what happened? [ laughter ] >> well, for the record, jay leno introduced me as evangeline
lilly from "real steel." i don't know if you heard about that movie. >> jimmy: i did. and yet, i'm still wondering. >> i thought you said we were in heaven. >> jimmy: well, there would be no jay leno in heaven. [ laughter ] let's be honest. >> well done, well done. >> jimmy: that's not a face we're going to see. very good to see you and i know you had a baby. congratulations. >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: since the last t [ applause ] it's your real baby, not like kate where she actually took somebody else's baby and is raising the baby as her own? i just am having trouble keeping between reality and fantasy. >> if you call me frequent ms i'm walking out. >> jimmy: okay, good. i do want to take issue with you on one thing -- >> no, no, no, no "lost." >> jimmy: it has nothing to do with that.
i was under the impression that you agreed to have a baby with me if you were going to have one and instead you had one with another person. >> where did that impression come from? >> jimmy: i made it up. there's a mystery surrounding the name of your baby because we don't know the name. >> do you know the name of my baby? >> jimmy: no, i don't. >> why not? >> jimmy: well, you never told me the name. >> that would explain it. >> jimmy: i sent you an e-mail so i could send you a baby gift and i did not get a response. >> oh, really? i really like you. >> jimmy: you didn't respond. so, you're not saying what your baby -- does your baby have a name? >> my baby did not have a name for a month. >> jimmy: really? it took a month for me to name my child. >> jimmy: really? >> maybe that's why you never heard about it. >> jimmy: i have two kids and we had a kid, i didn't actually, you know, deliver the child -- >> thank god. >> jimmy: i was there.
>> they wouldn't let us take my daughter out of the hospital until we came up with a name. >> that's the reason why i never had a child in the hospital. too many rules. >> jimmy: where did you have the baby? in the jungle? >> actually i kind of did. i had a baby outside in a thunderstorm. oh. >> jimmy: what? really? >> i did. >> jimmy: that seems very dangerous. >> well, it kind of was. after i had the baby, we had to go to the hospital. >> jimmy: really? that's how you give birth to a super hero. >> well, speaking of super hero, his name means "the thunder." >> jimmy: really? >> guess what it is. >> jimmy: um -- is it -- is it jimmy? is it -- >> jimmy means the thunder in slavic or something? >> jimmy: i don't know. is it -- what's the baby's last name? >> kallie. >> jimmy: so, it might be something hawaiian. i might be the hawaiian word for
thunder. >> you are so smart. >> jimmy: what's the hiawaiian word for thunder? guillermo? >> i'm not sure. >> jimmy: so, you're canadian -- >> my baby is american. >> jimmy: we're off to a terrible start. you know we're american, right? >> oh, right, right. >> jimmy: why don't you want the baby to be american? >> because i'm canadian. >> jimmy: well, the baby will be -- won't the baby have citizenship in both? >> actually, we went to apply for his canadian it is essential ship and the people told us, he's already a canadian if you're his mother, go away. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how old is he now? >> 5 months. >> jimmy: and already he's
applying for it citizenship? >> mature child. >> jimmy: has the baby met his grandparents, all four? >> yeah, including his grandparents in kauai. and actually his uncle moved back in with grandma and grandpa and so when we go and visit, we have nowhere to stay except a tent in the yard. so, we went there for three weeks when he was 2 pomonths ol. >> jimmy: the last time i saw you, you were on a big tv show. now you're homeless and living in a tent? really, how long were you in the tent? >> three weeks. >> jimmy: what? >> three weeks. and it was awkward because i was supposed to be pumping, a little uncomfortable subject, but with no electricity. how do you breast pump without electricity? >> jimmy: the power of lightning and thunder. >> i thought you were putting your hand up to volunteer. >> jimmy: the baby is -- does the baby sleep in a little
sleeping bag? >> actually, well, i wish i had my phone here, i could show a picture. he sleeps generally wherever we put him which sometimes can be the floor. >> jimmy: is his name -- >> neither. very good show. >> jimmy: somebody held up a card with the words on it. >> cheat. you're a cheat. >> jimmy: okay, so, you -- the baby is in a tent, which seems very unthhealthy to me. >> there's centipedes in hawaii, we realized that's dangerous -- >> jimmy: to babies? >> they can kill a baby. >> jimmy: you say it to me like i put my baby in a tent. i didn't! i never would allow this. wow. and the baby has been traveling -- >> yeah, oh. >> jimmy: well, if you count from conception, the baby has traveled on over 16 different flights including a flight back and forth from africa and back. he's been to new zealand, he's been to, all over america in the
back of a volkswagen van. he's been to canada. he's like -- earnest hemingway. he lives in tents -- >> jimmy: you know how it ended for hemingway. wow. so, does the baby have a passport? >> yeah. when weapon applied for his passport, grandma was in town. we went to take him in and as usual he was just in his diaper because that's how he lives in hawaii. >> jimmy: that's how i took my passport photo. yeah. [ laughter ] >> can i see that? >> jimmy: did he really -- >> no, in the end, she is like this is not okay, he has to wear a shirt. >> jimmy: but there is a little photograph of him on his passport? >> and he's 2 months old. he looks nothing like that now. >> jimmy: that lasts for ten years, so, when he's 8 he's going to show a -- i think you can keep it for longer than that. you should see how long he can keep that baby photo of himself.
>> 35 and going through customs. that's me. >> jimmy: this is all very confusing. we're going to take a quick break. when we come back, we're going to talk about the movie. >> finally. >> jimmy: is the baby's name hugh jackman? >> no. >> jimmy: okay. evangeline lilly is here. "real steel" opens in theaters this friday. we'll be right back. [ sniffing ] ...something wonderful is as near as your nose. ♪ ♪ just pop up pop tarts. sprinkled with joy and frosted with fun... [ laughs ] ...they make ordinary extraordinary. [ cheering ] so you can make any day joylicious!
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>> i must have put it in. >> right, left, upper cut. i knew that price was too good to be true. >> look at how -- >> let me look at him! >> let me see if i can reset him to english. >> how the hell do you know japanese? >> video games. >> jimmy: that is "real steel," it opens friday. how about that hugh jackman? he's a nice guy, huh? >> well, actually what they cult out of that scene was the chance i got to yell at him and i went "rel "relax!" no one yells at him. >> jimmy: remember when oprah tried to kill him? >> what? are you lying? >> jimmy: i wish i was. oprah tried to murder him. she put him on a zip line, she was throwing plates at him -- >> i think i have a better story. >> jimmy: what happened? >> hugh jackman was my life size pregnancy test. >> jimmy: in what way?
>> when i was shooting the last scene that i'm in in the film i was about a month pregnant and i was 99% sure i was pregnant but i just came back from africa and i wasn't sure if i was feeling sick because i had malaria -- >> jimmy: is the baby's name malaria? >> no. no. >> jimmy: okay. so, you weren't sure. that's a great position to be in. >> so i ended up showing up to work and i had to do a scene where i jump into hugh's arms this is not a bad thing to do, unless you are a month pregnant and you don't know it. i run up to him, i leap up onto him and as i do so, it feels like my stomach tears from here to here. and then they were like, that's a great rehearsal, let's do that again and take 15 takes of that. okay, no problem. it was really painful. at that moment, i knew -- i'm pregnant. >> jimmy: there was something inside. i guess that's good. i mean, it seems kind of bad. did you get a stunt double at least to do the jumping from
there on? >> would you choose to have someone else jump into hugh jackman's arms for you if you had the option? >> jimmy: i've not been pregnant. i don't know. yes, i would, by the way. >> i hope so. >> jimmy: you might find this shocking. i mean, if anything -- >> what if it was jump into my arms? >> jimmy: well, i'm crush you. you've written some children's books and some, what, screen plays? >> i actually wrote one novel that might be of interest because the main character is a very successful hooker who ends up becoming a multinational, multimillion dollar madam. >> jimmy: why do you say that would be of interest? you want me to play the hooker, or do you think -- do you think -- >> round about way of asking you, when it goes to film, would you -- >> jimmy: i would love to. me and hugh jackman. yes, so, and these are -- are you selling these or have you -- >> i don't know. i've been writing since i was a
kid and never do anything about it. that's not true. i published one thing ever in my life when i was 8 years old and i was published in the school news letter. >> jimmy: what was it? >> it was a poem called "my little sugar bowl" and it goes like this. >> jimmy: oh, you know it. have a little sugar bowl, it's sitting on my desk. it has a lot of sugar in it. and when i'm all alone in my room, i sneak a few little grain, even though i know very well that it hurts my brain. this end. >> jimmy: that's very good. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: i like that. guillermo, you're my little sugar bowl from now on. >> huh? >> jimmy: never mind. that should be a children's book right there. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: it would be great. >> i should be able to do better than that by now. >> jimmy: well, it's pretty good and it will hit home with the diabetes crowd, i think, too. well, great to see you. congratulations on everything. evangeline lilly, "real steel"
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>> jimmy: well -- it's very good to see you. but i'm sure we are seeing each other a little earlier than you'd hoped. were you surprised tonight? >> a little bit, to be honest. >> jimmy: i was surprised. >> were you? >> jimmy: yes. very surprised. you got a 24 last night. that's three 8s. >> that is three 8s, yeah. >> jimmy: and some of the other people didn't do -- chaz bono had, what, an 18, which is lower. why do you -- [ laughter ] >> it is. >> jimmy: do you regret not having a sex change operation? >> i do a little bit now. if i could go back in time. >> jimmy: mark, do you think the judges -- i have a theory. well, first of all, i think attractive women don't get the votes because a lot of women are voting and this they don't want attractive women in the competition. number one. number two -- i think the judges, though you did get a good score but their spin on
it -- i think you were a pretty good dancer going into it and i think they like to see people that are not good become good over the course of the show. >> oh, see, i thought i improved as the three weeks went on. wasn't that big amount of time but i felt like compared to the first week i definitely got better. >> jimmy: mark, what is your take? you've won a couple of times -- >> yeah, this is the great thing about the show that at the end of the day it really is the viewer's choice. we did have a good score. i felt that kristin was underscored a little bill last night. a lot of people with the same score. at the end of the day, i was really proud of her and i'm super bummed. i was really -- >> jimmy: one of the biggest problems for me is when a dance lacks fluidity. >> what exactly is that? >> jimmy: do you feel like your dances lacked fluidity? i hear len goodman say that all the time. i realized that it bothers me, too.
[ laughter ] >> i felt like her dancing was really fluid yesterday and it was one of her best ones. >> jimmy: it was very good. >> maybe i didn't have a good enough story. it's hard to compete with some of the most memorable years. >> jimmy: i could have helped you with this. >> i graduated high school, moved to l.a. >> jimmy: you had to dance from a song that you picked from a memorable year of your life. now j.r., in, he picked 2003, the year he was severely injured by a land mine in new york. rob kardashian, 2003, the year his father died. nancy grace, 2007, the year her twins were born prematurely. david arquette, 2010, marriage fell apart. started drinking heavily. ricki lake, got divorced and her house burned down. your year was 2005 and it was most memorable because i had to choose between going to college and being on a reality show.
that's -- [ applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: in retrospect -- >> maybe i should have done -- >> jimmy: you couldn't have come up, i had a terrible ear ache one year? >> it was memorable years. you want to focus on the positive, right? >> sob story. i should have gone with the other one. >> jimmy: you have to have a sob story. >> i know that now. >> jimmy: and you have to make something up if you don't have one. was this reality show harder than "the hills" where you shopped and ate lunch. >> a lot more physically demanding. >> jimmy: how many hours did you train? >> five to six. >> jimmy: will you continue? >> no. >> we don't need to now. >> nope. >> jimmy: you won't. you're done with the dancing? >> it's a lot of fun and it is a great workout so we'll see. it's been nice not to have to go to the gym. maybe. >> jimmy: i don't know what's going on with you and jay
cutler, do you think he voted for you? >> i would hope so. >> jimmy: did you ask him? >> i did not ask him, but -- maybe that was the problem. maybe that -- >> jimmy: run that by him. maybe he should have been voting. he should have got the whole team to vote for you. at least you can go see him play next monday, right? >> ah, maybe. now that i have a lot of time on my hands. >> jimmy: on monday? yeah, you have nothing to do on monday anymore. >> my mondays are open. >> jimmy: in fact, that brings us to a dramatic time of the nigh, night, guillermo is outside right now. let's go outside to holly good boulevard for the ceremonial burning of the capezios. we have quite a fire going there tonight. >> throw them in! >> jimmy: we could eat guillermo after this thing is over. kristin, tonight you were eliminated from "dancing with the stars" and now your shoes must pay the price. guillermo? >> do it! >> jimmy: do it, guillermo. america has spoken. your dance card has been punched. wow.
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